We are all equal in the face of death, but not in the face of English. Between those who have adopted this language to the point of emancipating themselves from subtitles when they watch an American film and those who, in doubt, add “-ed” at the end of a French verb while crossing their fingers to fall just (“No, I haven’t dejeuned…”), one wonders what has happened since those college years when we took the same courses. And in this globalized society, inevitably, the language of Shakespeare makes people speak.
1. Very useful this series
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